Kokusai himitsu keisatsu: Tora no kiba

Kokusai himitsu keisatsu: Tora no kiba (国際秘密警察 虎の牙, International Secret Police: Fangs of the Tiger), also known as Trap of Suicide Kilometer, is a 1964 Japanese comedy-action adventure spy film directed by Jun Fukuda. It is the second installment of five films in the "Kokusai himitsu keisatsu" series, a parody of James Bond-style spy movies.

Kokusai himitsu keisatsu: Tora no kiba
Directed byJun Fukuda
Produced byShin Morita
Tomoyuki Tanaka
Written byHideo Andô
StarringTatsuya Mihashi
Tadao Nakamaru
Susumu Kurobe
Akira Kubo
Yumi Shirakawa
Kumi Mizuno
Susumu Fujita
Music byKan Ishii
CinematographyMasaharu Utsumi
Distributed byToho
Release date
  • February 14, 1964 (1964-02-14)
Running time
89 minutes


Klima, Deputy Minister of Industry of the Republic of Alabanda, came to Japan to purchase materials for the water dam construction. Kitami, who called himself a salesman and met Klima, acted as his bodyguard. However, Kitami learns that a large number of industrial cylinders were unrelated to the dam construction have been purchased and Klima has secretly confined his secretary (along with her father who was a former army colonel) , and threatened to produce poison gas. Klima packed all the poison gas in the cylinders and sent it to Alabanda in an attempt to cause internal unrest and of course a civil war. Around this time, Klima had been secretly investigated Kitami's identity and learned that he was a undercover ISP agent.